XTREME Overclocking has just posted a review on the Mushkin

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    Silverstrand, Jun 22, 2005
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    i wonder if mushkin would like a review... they said they would have something soonz, about 5months ago :|
     
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    Those Mushkin modules are hot. They run at really tight timings. A friend of mine just ordered the PC4000XP (2x512MB) and he's very satisified with them.
    But, since I consider myself as an heavy overclocker, i would prefer to buy other memory modules which are based on TCCD chips, since those Mushkins are not capable of reaching FSB of more than 260MHz (according to what I've heard).
     
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    i got simalair modules. i just have to move the lantency to 3-4-4-8 and i can get 290mhz easy :D
     
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    Really? Do you have the Mushkin PC4000XP (the RED model) and you can reach FSB of 290 (don't care 'bout the timings)???
    I should tell that to my friend!
    What about the voltages? Do you run the modules with the stock voltage? or higher?
     
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    Will ram ever get to fast? Really... They make it seem that not many boards will be able to handle that kind of voltage..
     
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    yep they are for the hardcore overclockers. Damn those are some higher RAM voltages it can reach.
     
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    i am easy got it 270 , i could see it stable at 290mhz, on those timings... with only a +0.2 volts... dam i now think in + not overall !!!!!!
    System only hangs cause of my shity PSU :| it gives out 1.58 - 1.63 volts, u get the system booted between teh 1.6 and 1.63 and your fine :D
     
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